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Aristo Caught Stealing a vehicle in Abakaliki

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According to a Facebook user by name  Dennis Uzim this man was caught early hours of 6th November at Low Cost Estate, Abakaliki by men of the Anti Robbery Squad when he made attempt on a Sienna bus which he succeeded by breaking the windscreen.

It was gathered that he was gaining access into the stolen vehicle before he was apprehended by Men of the Anti Robbery Squad.  Asset for d in his possession at the time of the incident was a Master Key he uses for his illegal business of car hijacking.

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The Facebook user went on to warn ladies about the kind of Aristos they go about with. Implying that most of them could be doing same or other illegal deals just to please them.

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Samsung Galaxy Blood Pressure Monitoring App Overview

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Overview of Blood Pressure Monitoring App by Samsung Galaxy

 

Blood pressure monitoring app for Galaxy Watches has been approved by South Korean regulators. Well this is the most important technology of all time. someone that do not have access to visit the hospital to keep watch on their Blood Pressure Level, will simple use the watch at any given time without stress.

 

Samsung Company is really at it this time and this is what Techcrunch has to say;

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Overview of Blood Pressure Monitoring App by Samsung Galaxy

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Samsung Electronics announced today that its blood pressure monitoring app for Galaxy Watches has been approved by South Korean regulators. Called the Samsung Health Monitor, the app will be available for the Galaxy Watch Active2 during the third quarter, at least in South Korea, and added to upcoming Galaxy Watch devices.

TechCrunch has contacted Samsung for more information on when the app, which uses the Galaxy Watch Active2’s advanced sensor technology, will be available in other markets.

It was cleared by South Korea’s Ministry of Food and Drug Safety for use as an over-the-counter, coffles blood pressure monitoring app. The app first has to be calibrated with a traditional blood pressure cuff, and then it monitors blood pressure through pulse wave analysis. Users need to re-calibrate the app at least once every four weeks.

According to a recent report by IDC, in the last quarter of 2019, Samsung wearable ranked third in terms of shipments, behind Apple and Xiaomi, with volume driven by its Galaxy Active watches. Samsung has sought to differentiate its smart watches with a focus on health and fitness monitoring, including sleep trackers.

                                              Credit:- techcrunch

 

We hope to see the best this Product will bring. Since South Korea Regulators approved it, its really going to be an awesome device to look forward to.

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